one. Military representatives from India and Pakistan met in Karachi from 18 July to 27 July 1949 under the aegis of the ceasefire subcommittee of the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan. k. Each party will have 30 days from the date of ratification to evacuate the territories it currently occupies outside the current ceasefire line. Before the 30-day period expires, they must not travel to areas that must be supported by both parties in accordance with this agreement, except by mutual agreement between local commanders. The 1949 Karachi Agreement was essentially drafted by Islamabad to ratify Pakistan`s administrative control over the region without consulting any shareholders in the region. The 1949 Karachi Agreement was signed by military representatives of India and Pakistan, overseen by the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan, who launched a ceasefire line in Kashmir after the 1947 Indo-Pakistan War.  It has established a ceasefire line which has since been monitored by United Nations observers.  H. Except in the form amended by paragraphs II-A to II-G, including above, military arrangements between the two High Commands of the Ceasefire of January 1, 1949 will continue to be put into service. I. The United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan will deploy observers where it deems necessary. In 1949, the Karachi Agreement was signed between the Pakistani government and representatives of Azad Kashmir and the All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference to ratify Pakistan`s administrative control over Gilgit-Baltistan without the consent of a representative of the region.
Such forces have actively touted Gilgit-Baltistan as part of Kashmir, which is not true. The UN document number S/1430/Add.2 (the second addition to the 1949 Karachi Convention) shows the firing line (CFL) marked on the map of jammu and Kashmir. The title of this addendum is as follows: Jamil Maqsood, a UKPNP (UKPNP) leader, said in Brussels: « As we critically analyse the agreement, we learn that Pakistan is responsible for the management of the region and not for the development of the region. There is not even a single point about Pakistan`s settlement of the region.